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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE I.ETHBRIIHJE DAlllV fl E R A L D FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1813 A. Strong Presentation of the Case Against the Heavy Hand of the Trusts al of Farmers Agriculture at a Standstill in the Produced to Prove Rates in the of increased Product- ion of Agricultural Products wist? than by JJSt.iHKt.Ol'O. ,t-d, stvre-jUow was ilils to be done? are Growers, j for it new b> borrowing. in ly we utncoi couiiuue borrowing to Ottawa. Pec. liiry of the Manitoba Graii tn ibe Dam Into a sovemmei liori of tte demauds cf the detcjaUoa meet tne t.ilaLfe fisaiast us rettrence to the larifl -.'as us fol-! inerta-ring jear by an alarm- lows: jus rale. Vtox 1SV6 to iVl'f we nl: "In tilvabchis v.hy U Is in [-ortid more tlian we imported, interest of Cacida tbp borruwvcl during i.hil per- y-iiment should accede to ihe re- lod wtni lut" public 10 Improve made in the resohniuni just 1 rondiiions. Since JSH3 the rtercMil- to you by the lei of the imports hae lu? pri-sent soroe ficis, -elected alarmingly. e.nd'now ataodi ly Jrom returns showing; at j.er cent.1 do-Jbled our. ei- tje economic .condition of pot la in the ft'.-.d the telcuions ihe protectlre j gj ojr imports' four folii" during .the to trad? conditions. Isauie period. In addition lo borrow- "Canada. Imported for home ton-' lisp for necessary iJiibUc- we -f imptiori'fn the -yeir "endiii'F March j for excefs 31, It' 13.. in roiind Egurfes. ports arid also for inteiesl 011 prer- U'H> of aad ex.- j Sonsiy borrowed niouey at such' In- srartb, which io J creising rale.s that the Senders ?ol paid for her Hav- jaiarmed and called-a hall. iJiS .a balaace of JSlO.OvO.OOO to. be j Produce jiroviiJed.for.in oiher.waj-. j "Clearly the Etusiblt thing for the How Can Wt Mset ExpenxetT. "In addition Caaada'.has to provide for ID- monej" That i bc'- tiierefore jCauadfzm people to do is- to slop bor- rowing money lo jity for whkt we bjy. and produce for export to mtet our ftiReries van-lie depleted. at In our many mlUlous vl acres Icoiupouies with a total of toll Tiiej750.000; Ames Holdeu world uetslr. and can abiorb, all the V-oots acd Hi SU.SOO.- vmdure cau extract Iroia fmuis ivo coQipanles. capital aud will, williotly Accept Mt In JWUJOO; CioiJa Mailing' chstsge for coxmodiUfi; thai we jcompaoy, at JJ.250.000, ab- catjuoi product. eight companies with "Auothtr iourve cf aealUi U the f capital; Donjfulon U oorvejtiuj or tcauuficlurlJiE; of raw vro'liu'i of the m for-esl into fluishFd for of man. Tfce loTerntciat of Canada a voltey of toiiug all itnf-ortc ut goods, creates t> larUt wall ground Caat.dk a view to eueourMtas de- of lliii source of This Ie4 to of uimy iimauIaclurerE competftJ oc I ctpltaldvd {IS.ioO.CCtO. 45 luid [ItiiJivIdml ttreii at All tiie other i oierjent jlmtttrly JDfliteJ. 1 In Hands of Truits "Openttoni have coofiued lo or a. yf comuKKiUtes eomblr-eft formed for handl- ItiC soay, cereals, Vsbestos trarly the of between hAVlgatioa. Ujthi. other, and ao JODI; thai cnuuins. retail box lude anil exisltd. the burden ot tirW companies, liistauces afc not so severely Wl. cor its blight- to exe'tupllfy the ius, etfect on aprtculture.io ol the oev fcitunr- in "In however, new inercljil and flus-uvlal eituatlou i-orne into iu j Is ilowly paloiiug a new economy map one that to be thf Dominion. Tills :cpasolliiattem in proiKKtl ihst to do iof hidlvldual lulj vith ImproviQp coudiliPCE for the de-laud into truiU, baa the far- velopuient of cur i ot cent rtlir log oapUai and anJ luc toresisar.il the outjftit uf our f Cr titter of TruiU "Kt-lut (roiu outside com- iiitutioni our loan power In the of a tew l.uals. tly'an iDterlocklnf of directors. men control our Vn- iita. oar In- by mani> i and our imiuatria) have to them-.' inetitutioux. I t.Js 'said Uat yri.nciple Cement -Montreal, KERR'S FOR CHRISTMAS -Stock before you do your Christmas marketing. Everything you need is here, ;down to candies for the-kiddies. TABLE Kxtra fanvy, iu lilt) Iju.wa nnty SI, 10 Oilier 35c, I0c, TABLE Highest 'Turkish Figs, on sale this week Pint's t Arnhian Kard Dales. Hnttdwi 2 THE per Ib. per tt> Iti per lt> SHELLED NUTS Walnnls. Alinniitls I'rrjiiis Filberts Hlandicd Ali .51k- .....per llr .....per 11) .-----per Ib pei- Hi' 5( i pi-r tli; 7; C. 11. Oiiiuu. Walijul, (llr- kin, Chow Clinw, each Kail Ci ossr Heint7 Swecl Heinz. Mixed.......... jjgj! C. B, Swccl Pickles........ liti'iiKin Pour! Pcrrins Anohovy II. P.-Sauce lifiyal Pepper Jloval Mini I'.nyal Chili................ Dniiibiiy Chutney........... Pilllcll Brand's A. 1............... I'.JC, .IOC I5c anil ;MK' J3c and 2.H- Blui- Ubel I.ihbys Sniiier's..... Mushroom............... or JT. 15c, 2flc, Me, ylass. JEI.LY !lh glass FRENCH BEANS'exlra fine Ihis for............................ -IE, Crosso Bliic Cross Chili Darkies Siilad Dressing 2 (ins 2 lins CHERRIES 2 lius .'Mr. FRENCH MUSHROOMS in glass Sfe our iissorlnicnl of Hiinlley ['aimer's. McVilic ;iiul Prk-cY 'niul C.hnslie's Hisciiils, rluxisie from. from fn I'lmnc ns your onlcr for Cauliflower, Htii.l U-ltiice, Hot Hntue Ix-l- tnce, Celery, etc. :Prompt Delivery to alt Parts of the J Kerr PHONR3.1502 AND U53 of can a. "government give a mill -who. invests" ma. manu- facturing industry'.fie privilege- each iu .land'to" tlie'l virtue of principle TVfli'J .vouClai the" to. giveU to-the wrrbing On vrinciple -will--you. tax, the. working to ah'-e prices to ine farmer? "The tariff is Uie pow.er it manufactiiTii br of-a commodHy tp levy a tribute on. th'e "usei's of fhaf-' cofnmodltyi This I privilege, granted results in Canadi tliat by thinking raeft'. Eew men'become millionaires, whilestha passes live in wrlile, many nre forced into' slotlfs. Jtarin- factoring IB und.uly expanding. the farming' be- cause of beiug drameaf ofits life's blood. Some' Interciliri's "As may be slated that Ihe toUt'capItallzatlon of hianuractifrcrE' for-the Ueminlbn-., of according toi re1 turns, increased from 1901, to la The as-j cerlained surplus after-demiction cos I FOOT TOGGERY Christmas Suggestions in Sensible, Seasonable.Goods at Reasonable Prices ..Siioes, Slippers and ings In Fact Anything in Footwear Nothing Brings More Comfort and Better Feeling Than Warm Feet Tnese suggestions mean money profitably also re.rnembered v 6203rd Sherlock Building of the raV fraee'i.Jiwwer, elc., tl] ,0 1JTa ln town and )n. from Itie gross revenues showed anj ttlo ,n increase of net earniosa aa capitalize j-otlfer ,s recruited lion from 19.SS per cent, in 1901, to 2S {'from farmers v.lio make record? of cent.. In Mil, notwIthiCar.dmg 'hej'ccst of of capital stock by Ihe The Cannjn by Edmund. Walker, ,ln his dence banking nod raerce coaamlSEion on April tfi, to piove that banks .did'not make iia-j! profiti on piie said: 'I best to 'bcfiin by a statement of. w I'OO bnainessca aeleclcd'ttofy'4? differ-' range of. Industry.' ProftlVpf. 1W gets'30 b'jtinesscB in pav 'Tlie avorage price paid firmer? for 6? last jt-ar at Onlnrio factor- i 30 cents per In sortie the- price ran as as 27'i It fs uaid that a butbsl of .these tomatoes .ordinary nil ten rang, the. price of to the consumer in' cents per can. fm. MallUob3L of K and Ktirplus ptrcentajje -Earnirji many Uiere Is fnciuUed fn the capital and :If could be the parcenikge higher. In census returns compute Ln'e earnings at IS.n-i of the rapltal.iDyeMed.'-Thii'iiaBtlBlUn I in 19U to Vsr. "Arm; erf' raw rnaleri.il wrtic'a .consUta' of eted, and .the feed of animals of I maintenance, to rntlk, and lo perform labor 'jHo- ducllon) IB not taken, IjttoVagfcofrnt, ihonslt ihe value tbe_ (oo'd- raited on the farm and fed on (R included fn the groaj revenue. Tfifi own labor, an'dvttiat of nlpJ family, like raw ir-atcrijT were not counted. Were HIP of the er's rav material ascertained and gelher with wages for from the -asterUinH revenue, thtr? ronid: ho .pfacHctlly 'nofhlns'.ilefl for- In- ,n, Tbe of thft pliu earnings of the canning factories of fruit and vegetables Io be eyual to 50 per of the capital emplojed In (he business. At the annual mcotlns Of the Dominion Canners, Ltd., In De- cemljtr last, it was giren out thfit the net eavninps 'of the company, after pjyfng all fued cliargcs, were cent, oh ihe common 'stock, wh per posed to reprewnt and vas selling. oti the stock change "Protection la icltcded to tfie vast, ol good a the Inttrek'of the homt 'manufacturer. It may be safety assumed .that he will add l arauunt of his protection! to the seltlng'j'prtca of the sus and trade, ihow 1n 1. that for every dollarV worth' ot iable gooJa we faclured four worth; conae- nlly for dollar wa i-tld to the government for revenue, we [our lo the There lies the rool or the trouble. There lies one great trouble of th-e high of linns, '.'Of that basic wrong can tie at- tributed many economic His and FOO Ul InjiiMicc'8 from the people of Canada am now Tiw tocUl nml life. the o< liiborinf ClMiM in. practical By H "Farmfrs do not 'object tu tticlr (harea of.tfi'e of govern- nicnt; they are wintof.'to tubmlt to Any system til at will be an triuitabH taxation Isvlnd for rerenne p'.irpofics the 'reeult of our flKkl IK created a ajsUra :that capital, that tfa'e of a iworlt or ing value of output of of land, lick of I6c1a! the of home comforta; Oii lone hours of labor tHat driving TMII from the laxd id atolt bomts In the towns. and cittea', are to tie feel tha.1 can DO t enough of the fo to rothe comtorta and improve thtlr furmi. In exdianfe for the produce of the That ts lo farmer la prevented from home; developing hU farm, and in- outptit, artificial- b'-crealed conditions not only to but permit tliow who and KTDW weaHhy wltbout working, to ifll what proper! r bcloniB to the men who work. (Continued tm pige "Ttilj diiparity of cflrniHgA betwe cftpltal InVesUd.lTi agritiiHurar- prd-j duction and 'Jhat Invested fn j hearing Is an factor In (artaers 'am! their familieg off Farmers Stfi-i have not "the qucatJon of thej cost of production reduced'to a HCJ-j] face, ]ifce hive. hapa H.is as ihe wit HERE ENDS YOUR SEARCH FOR CHOICE MEATS In price and quality ours will surely please ALBERTA MEAT MARKET R. Coultry Prop. Phone 492 ;